Cooler Master Launches MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Today is a big day for Cooler Master, as they launch their new MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 AIO CPU coolers to the world. The old CM AIO designs are gone, and the MasterLiquid ushers in their new fan, radiator, and pump design as part of their completely redesigned “Maker” product range.
“We’re excited to share our latest thermal product – one that redefines the liquid cooler.” Said Joost Gommans, Marketing Manager Europe. “We understand that different people have different needs to configure their system to match their specific taste, including the way it looks and feels. That’s why Cooler Master is committed to giving you more choice and control with our products.”
Based on our expertise in thermal technology, FlowOp looks at the flow of heat as it is carried and dissipated by an all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooler. Starting with the hot CPU, we reengineered the way liquid absorbs and expels the heat. Our holistic approach to the flow of heat puts a comprehensive cooling machine in your hands that lasts longer, performs better and requires virtually no maintenance.
Dual Chamber Design
Equipped with exclusive Dual Chamber Design, MasterLiquid Pro series is able to provide better cooling performance than previous products. The built-in optimized micro channels create the best water flow and draws the maximum amount of heat away from the cold plate before transferring it to the enhanced radiator. The MasterLiquid Pro’s new and unique radiator features a square fin design, which creates greater surface area for absorption of heat and allows enough space for air to flow through. Combined with the included new MasterFan Pro, heat is hurled out of the case with enough ease to keep your AIO cooler quiet. The innovative fine-tuned folded fins reduce the wind resistance to make cooling as efficient as possible. MasterFan Pro
The MasterLiquid Pro series uses the all new MasterFan Pro which is designed for radiators and has an excellent balance of temperature and noise. In tackling your case’s cooling needs, no ‘one fan fits all’ fan exist. That’s why cooler master has created three different fans; Air Flow, Air Balance, Air Pressure.
Air Balance fans are ideal for blowing air through denser areas of the case. We recommend them for use on CPU air coolers or the front panel. Air Flow fans are ideal for exhausting large volumes of air quickly out of the case. We recommend them for use on the rear or top panels. Air Pressure fans are ideal for funneling concentrated air short distances at hot components or tight spaces. Recommended for use on the front panel to penetrate mesh wiring and tightly packed HDDs.
Each of the three 120mm and 140mm fans in the MasterFan Pro series provide a specific air cooling solution while all being fitted with multiple layers of our exclusive noise reduction technology and adjustable speed profiles. Put together, they work in harmony to cool your entire case and its components.
- MasterFan Pro 120 Air Flow
- MasterFan Pro 120 Air Balance
- MasterFan Pro 120 Air Pressure
- MasterFan Pro 140 Air Flow
- MasterFan Pro 140 Air Pressure
MasterGel and MasterGel Pro
The MasterGel Pro thermal gel takes thermal dissipation for advanced users to the next level. Polymer oxides in the compound create high conductivity between the CPU and cooler base to transfer heat quickly. The powerful formula is still easily applied and removed without damaging the base. Included are a scraper and cleaner to make light work of cleaning the CPU and cooler base without damaging parts. In order to provide a better dissipating experience, the MasterGel Pro will be included with the MasterLiquid Pro 240 for free.
- MasterLiquid Pro 240: July 2016
- MasterLiquid Pro 120: July 2016
- MasterFan Pro: July 2016
- MasterGel Pro: July 2016
- MasterGel: July 2016
With new fans, new thermal paste, new AIO coolers and much more coming from Cooler Master, now may be the perfect time to give your system that upgrade you’ve been waiting for.
Want to know more about the MasterLiquid 240? Check out our full review here.